of Bee Branch, AR
December 22, 1951 - October 24, 2021
Stephen Lee King 69, of Bee Branch, Arkansas passed away on October 24, 2021 in Clinton, Arkansas. He was born to the late Stephen and Orel (Prewitt) King in Little Rock Arkansas. He is preceded in death by both of his parents, Stephen and Orel of Lonoke, Arkansas and one brother, William R. ''Bill'' King of Dale, Texas.Lee worked in construction his entire working career. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, roaming the woods and hanging out with family and friends.Left to cherish Lee's memory are his wife, Kathy (Moore) King of the home, children; Kevin Lassiter of Wattensaw, Melany (George) Hedrick of Carlisle, grandchildren; Riley Lassiter of Conway, Megan (Scott) Horton of Woodlawn, Hayley Hedrick of Carlisle, Brooklyn Jenkins of Carlisle, great-grandson, Braxton Lee Horton, sister, Juliann ''Judy'' King of Hot Springs Village and many extended family and friends.A Celebration of Life Service will be Saturday, October 30, 2021 at 2:00pm at the former family home in Lonoke, Prewitt- King Farms on Highway 70 in Lonoke, Arkansas.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a favorite charity in Lee's honor.The family would like to thank Ozark Nursing and Rehab and Ozark Medical Center for their kindness and care. To express condolences online please visit www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/clinton
Oh the memories from the swimming pool ! It was ironic that YOU pushed me into the deep-end after I told you that I didn't know how to swim yet, then you had to save my young self and apologize to my family ! I signed up for lessons the next day ! You were a hoot and will be missed by so many of us. I wish we had kept in touch. I gave up raising Guppies after High School and I am so sorry to add you to the Lonoke Jackrabbit Memorial Page on Facebook.. We love you fellow Jackrabbit. See you again on the other side
Lot of miles on the back roads
Rest in Peace my friend.
Praying for peace for my dear friend Lee and his family.
You are out of pain my friend and now you and Jerry and John and John are playing a big hand of cards. May y o u rest in peace.
Rest In Peace my friend. We had some good times. Prayers for the family.
I am so sorry for the loss, my heart goes out to the family. It's use his life was filled with love and joy. Love you all.
Rest In Peace my dear friend
Lee will be missed, but there is no more suffering! Fly free!
Kathy, Judy and family. Our sincerest condolences to all of Lee’s family and friends. Praying for comfort knowing Lee made an impact on everyone. It has been years since I had seen him, but I have fond memories of our youthful days at the Lonoke Swimming Pool in his life guarding days. I know many parents were thankful that they could drop off their kids for the afternoon at the pool and have a peaceful mind that Lee and the other lifeguards were trained at keeping a watchful eye on the safety of their children. Rest In Peace Lee.